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Located in a unique setting between a sailing lake and National Trust land at Ankerwyke and Runnymede. A wonderful unique historic period house set in its own grounds offering a blend of delightful period features with modern up to date features. The property has an annexe fascility and is set in large grounds
Wraysbury is an attractive Thameside village with a cricket green, local shops, a thriving church, village junior school and two public houses. There are also many clubs and societies ranging from tennis, amateur dramatics, wine makers, history group, scouts, art society etc - all well represented at the annual Village Fair. Extensive gravelling has taken place in the area and these former pits have now been transformed into beautiful lakes, famous for bird watching, sailing and fishing. The area is well served by two main line stations, easy access to the M25, M4 and Heathrow Airport. Opposite the property is the British Airways Sailing Club and there is access from the garden directly onto National Trust meadows to the River Thames, an area that contains the ruins of Ankerwyke Priory and the famous Yew Tree, said to be the oldest tree in the UK. It is also in this area that the Magna Carta was signed in 1215, reputedly on Magna Carta Island.
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